The San Francisco Giants, with their ace Logan Webb (27), swept the Los Angeles Dodgers away.
San Francisco won the Dodgers expedition held at Dodger Stadium in California on the 19th (Korean time) with a 7-3 victory. After winning the first game 7-5, the second game 15-0, and the third game, they achieved a Dodger Stadium ‘sweep’ in about 11 years since August 2012. With this victory, San Francisco ran 7 consecutive victories, 39-32 (0.549 win rate), pushed the Dodgers (39-33) by 0.5 game, and rose to second place in the National League West Division. The distance with the Arizona Diamondbacks (42-29), which leads the district, is 3.5 games.
It was Webb who took the end of the sweep. Webb gave up 8 hits, 2 walks, 5 strikeouts and 2 runs in 7 innings, winning a decision victory against Tony Gonsolin (7 runs in 5 2/3 innings) and winning his 6th win (6th loss) of the season. He was satisfied, saying, “I thought the sinker was pretty good. The changeup isn’t my favorite pitch, but it seems to be starting to get better in the second half.” The number of pitches Webb pitched that day was 103. Sinker (41), slider (29), changeup (28) and four-seam fastball (5) were mixed in the right places.
It is ‘Mr. Webb was responsible for at least five innings in all 15 games he started this season. MLB.com, the official homepage of the Major League Baseball, said, ‘Webb is an MLB pitcher who, along with Framber Valdez (Houston Astros), has completed 7 or more innings in the season at least 8 times.’ San Francisco has a lot of injuries in its starting lineup. On the 18th, Alex Wood returned from the injured list (IL), but a day later, Alex Cobb came to the IL. Ross Stripling has been sidelined for a month with a back injury.메이저놀이터
“The fact that Webb is getting closer to 100 innings means a lot to us,” San Francisco manager Gabe Kapler said. . Webb threw 98 1/3 innings, the most of any current big league pitcher. He is leading San Francisco’s rise like rain in a drought.